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unexpectedly the state of indiana shut down the sherman-minton bridge, the sherman-minton bridge connects the town of new albany in southern indiana to louisville, kentucky. indiana is in charge of the bridge that spans the two states. the bridge was not shut down in this case because of some big storm like hurricane irene. the bridge was shut down in this case because it was deemed too dangerous to be kept open. inspection crews found a crack in a load bearing part of this 50-year-old bridge and decided they need to close down this bridge for at least three weeks for further diagnosis. every day 80,000 vehicles use that bridge to cross the ohio river. those commuters are being diverted to two other bridges, making a 20-minute commute a two-hour commute and adding to the aging process of the other two bridges to which traffic is being diverted. the mayor of jeffersonville, indiana, is urging motorists who need to go to downtown louisville from southern indiana to instead consider crossing the ohio river in madison, indiana, about 35 miles out of the way. the folks who use that bridge to g
. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
. in the iconic movie, indiana jones, he survived. the terps did not. the owls rolled up 31 first half points. if you give a hoot, maryland quarterback daniel brian really didn't have a chance to play the hero. the terps had the football for a grand total of 19 minutes. temple's running back, bernard pierce, was the action hero, guiding temple to what could be a hollywood script. first quarter, first play for the owls. chester stewart hits evan rodriguez. he gets a block. and he's off. 54 yards to the maryland 3. big start for temple. just getting started. three plays later, bernard pierce scam pers in for six. he had a huge day. 7-0 temple, just like that. after a maryland 3 and out, dives in for the touchdown. owls making it look easy, 14-0 temple. maryland hasn't had a punt block since 1999. till today. rot stre rod streeter flies in. owls up 21-0. pierce far from done. pierce races past the maryland defense. 44-yard touchdown. owls lead 28-0. pierce would finish with a school record five touchdowns. 31-0 temple at halftime. fourth quarter, same score. danny o'brien looking for his buddy b
in other parts of the country like illinois, indiana and california and ohio and michigan. >>> football fans are going to undergo extra security measures at nfl stadiums that started last week. usa today reports the nfl has new rules requiring fans to be searched from your ankles all the way up. last weekend week one a man snuck a stun gun into a game between the new york jets and dallas cowboys. three men were injured when he fired that weapon in the stands. >>> it was -- a boat show exploded and broke apart. also, what caused members of a football team to throw punches a minute before the game ended. we will have the details of that coming up in a bit. now, though, let's go up to new york for a check of this morning's tech bites. >> reporter: and in today's tech bites, it looks like facebook has another big change coming. the website is expected to launch a platform for sharing streaming media this week. that will allow friend to share the favorite music, tv shows and movies. the service would hike competition for websites that offer similar services. at&t is moving into the fast lane
on lobbying that paying uncle sam. democratic congressman andre carson of indiana says the tea party backed members of congress pay for lynching african-american he spoke at a congressional black caucus event in miami last week. >>here are some in congress right now, that the tea party movement would love to see you and me hanging on a tree. >> his spokesman defends the quote saying he used the language because he believes that agenda jeopardizes the most vulnerable. the only republican member of the caucus, florida allen west callecalled the comment reprehensible. west now says he is considering leaving the congressional black caucus. finally, florida students were greeted on their first day of school by a state senator handing out belts. democrat gary pushed for six years from legislation bagging saggy pants. siplin went to high schools to hand out belts to students still adjusting to the new law. we will see how many use them. >>> the obama administration is trying to reassure other nations that in the u.s. it will be treated properly even if they are in this country improperly. not ever
goes on tour every single day, and i hope he goes to north carolina again. i hope he goes to indiana. i hope he goes to michigan. i hope he comes back to ohio. he was in ohio yesterday, and he said this about the jobs bill. >> ohio, if you pass this bill, then right here in this state tens of thousands of construction workers will have a job again. pass this jobs bill, and there will be funding to save the jobs of up to 14,000 ohio teachers and cops and firefighters. there are schools all throughout ohio that need this kind of renovation. there's a bridge in cincinnati that connects ohio to kentucky that needs this kind of renovation. there are construction projects like these all across the country just waiting to get started and there are millions of unemployed construction workers looking for a job. so my question to congress is, what on earth are we waiting for? >> and of course a gallup poll out today showing 45% of americans want their congressional member to vote for the american jobs act. only 32% want them to vote against it. so, once again, the people aren't being listened to
to the walgreen's headquarters in indiana, and they did not return our calls. reporting live in south san francisco, i'm cheryl herd, nbc bay area news. >> thanks so much for the update. >>> a warning tonight for students at san jose state university. the most recent assault happened around 2:00 sunday morning near campus village at 9th and east san salvador streets. police are still investigating the case and have not released additional details. last monday an attempted assault was reported. tonight campus police is reminding students not to walk at home at night and stay in well-lit areas. >>> the pregnant woman charged with murdering missing nursing student will have another week to enter a plea. the judge delayed the hearing while it's determined whether she's eligible for a public defender. lei's family declined to talk about esteban, instead are urging those to help find lei. >> the district attorney's office has recommended us not to speak with our -- talk about the case publicly or in the media, and so we're just focussed on finding michelle, and we're going to continue holding s
. >> millions of dollars worth of damage done to that school. >>> the state of indiaana will pay -- indiana will pay mondayy for the stage collapse. >> the price tag they are offering to the victims families. >>> imagine driving into this. how does something like that happen to a driver going alongdown the road. we will explain when we return in just a bit.
and indiana. a lot of rain. heavy rain. it's where the frontal boundary and that front is going to cool us down significantly over the next few days. tomorrow morning, temperature around 63 in washington. 62 in richmond. it's a lot cooler than we have been. look at saturday morning, a temperature of 63 in washington. most areas in the 40s especially to the west. we are in for much cooler air over the next couple days. there it is, the four-day forecast. 58 for a high on saturday with showers and yes, i think we will stay cloudy for saturday and for sunday. the extended forecast, though, wait until you see it. i'll show it to you at 6:00. >> can't wait for that. >>> well, dan is here with a redskins rewind. we are going back to the skins versus the rams. >> hey, dan. >> the redskins and rams this weekend. we are going to take a trip back in time to a lopsided playoff game. for the redskins fans, it was a good memory. it was a huge performance for darrel green during his rookie season. here is the latest edition of redskins rewind. new year's day, 1984, darrel no longer green. the los angele
and evan bayh senator from indiana and bill kristol of the weekly standard and fox news analyst juan williams. he is focusing on the job growth in texas and connention he has to teparters and evangelical . he has shown vulnerability. paul, what is your take on rick perry. >> he came out strong because he appeals to the republican coalition. cultural and economic conservative. he doesn't have a big foreign policy record. but has potential and undermined that with his performance in the debate. he hasn't thought deeply about the subjects and hasn't even defended his job's record in texas and on social security has a vulnerability calling it a ponzi scheme and a monstrous lie. if you are a libbitarian and technically true not the way to reassure voters in the way to give them confidence that you can reform it. it is a vulnerability. romney going at that saying he can't beat obama and vulnerable and so go with me. >> one of the first observations i have looks like the republican party is back to the 10 commandments. they forgot about reagan commandment of not speaking ill of fellow repub
is the strictest in the nation, stricter than arizona, utah, indiana and georgia. is that a fair representation of it? >> it is. that is what the spots are called. they're proud of that. one of the key things that the judge did was again a departure from what courts have done in arizona law and others allowing law enforcement to make traffic stops and in the course of the stop other other contact, determine a person's immigration status, other courts said no. that is -- let's stop and take a look at that. she looks and said congress is allowed for states to have a role in immigration enforce many. she didn't block the law. she aloud it to go forward. alabama officials saying tonight the law goes into affect tomorrow. >> greta: there are other things. she didn't allow some things. some of the things she did allow, she allowed the part in the statute requiring schools to check citizenship of the students and also, one of the things i thought was unusual she upheld a section nullify contracts knowingly introduced to with unauthorized aliens which i thought is broader than any other decision i've s
. >>> an update on a murder mystery in indiana. four family members and a neighbor were shot and killed at a home in the southeastern part of the state. investigators now say no suspects have been identified and it appears the killer was not among the dead. police rushed to the scene sunday after a 4-year-old girl was found wandering nearby. she appears to be the only person who escaped the crime scene. >>> new jersey's governor is making jokes as he addresses speculation about a run for the white house. here is what chris christie told an inqisive audience member at an event last night at the ronald reagan library. >> i have to tell you the truth. you folks are an incredible disappointment as an audience. the fact that that took the second question shows you people are off your game. >> crustee did not give a definitive yes or no about running but went on to tell the crowd they should look at the political web site which has strung together clips of him saying he is not running for president. christie says those are the answers. you think he is tired of getting that question. >> i guess so. i gu
will be a challenge for the president and colorado is a great example of a state he won last time like indiana, north carolina, virginia that is going to be a challenge. he's got to get young people energized, hispanics energized, independents. his numbers are way down in colorado. >> what happened? we had just heard 40 years ago that democrats were in the process of locking down colorado, new mexico, nevada. >> arizona? >> maybe even arizona. everything was breaking their way. the hispanic population growth out there. a lot of other things happening. but now just four years later what seemed inevitable? >> these are still purple states. they're not red states. but colorado is a state where the president's national problems are very well represented. the economy there is okay but it's -- there is still an overhang. again, hispanics, young people, he needs an energized base to turn out in a state like that and right now they are not a particularly energized group as compared to four years ago. >> you've got in all of those states competing things. one is that there is generally even among people who w
anniversary report card and they're with us now: former new jersey governor thomas kean and former indiana representative lee hamilton. welcome to both of you. first, the good news. you cite many improvements that since the commission report you say has made the country safer. governor, what's the most important change that you've seen that has made us safer, do you think? >> probably that the intelligence community is talking to each other more. >> brown: simple as that? >> simple as that. we had a lot of terrorist from 9/11 who might have been caught very easily except the f.b.i. didn't share information with the c.i.a. and vice versa. and we have 17 intelligence agencies and they were all stove pipes. so they talked to each other, they didn't talk to... they didn't talk to each other, they just talked within the agency. now the mechanism is now set up under our legislation that almost forces them to talk to each other and this's a great improvement. >> brown: does that sound right to you as the key change? do you see others? >> no doubt about it. the principle recommendation of the comm
,000 bail each. sarah shourd was released last year. >>> a disturbing find in rural indiana. five people shot to death in their homes. investigators are releasing very little information at this point. they're not sure whether one person is responsible for the shootings or whether the suspect or suspects is among the dead. police originally responded to the scene for report of a toddler out in the street. they say that child led officers to the homes where they found the bodies. >>> it is now 5:34. happening today, we expect to learn how extensive the damage is to the washington monument. this afternoon the national park service will talk about what engineers found and how long repairs will take. the 550-foot structure has been closed to the public since last month's 5.8 magnitude earthquake. last year the park service planned to winterize the monument to prevent further damage during the colder months. >>> today prince william county officials and residents will meet to discuss the possibility of bringing metro rail to woodbridge. congressman jerry connelly has been pushing for a feasib
. those strings have been turning up and receive years in food. a big road connecting southern indiana to northern kentucky was shut down after inspectors found cracks, the sherman milton bridge that goes over the ohio river was officially closed today in definitely cracks found on to big support beams, there is no word yet on how exactly the plan on fixing the problem. the remnants of tropical storm lee are still being felt in pennsylvania, about living under people are still without power more than 200 roads remain closed. the death toll dropped from 13 down to 11. high waters are receding in the flooding remains a problem from new york to maryland. >> a live look outside from arcaro this afternoon. sunny skies over the bay. we see sunny skies bay area wide, the fog did push back off shore. it is sitting offshore right now. this fall will be returning as we head into the overnight hours. we will seek pretty widespread fog out there tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning temperatures will stay mouth. the subtropical moisture is still there with us. i'll show you that a moment. we have co
in that was on strike. despite-verizon. >> a new swapping fleswine flu.n indiana. this is suggesting that the virus can be spread person to person. doctors are concerned the children have recovered. >> roger clemens is still not off the hook. he will have to go to trial for a second time for allegedly lying to congress about the use of steroids. the new trial is set for next april. he could appeal today's decision. the first trial ended in a mistrial in the month of july. >>catherine: the new epa rules after the demand of business leaders and republican leaders. withdrawn a proposal that would cost the economy millions of dollars about smog control. it would of tightened its smog standards some people say that it would of been, at the cost of business growth and this is just not the right time. ♪ a >>gary: it was certainly warmer out there but as we go towards the weekend slightly cooler warmer temperatures on tap. the fog state along the coast and even a few degrees inland warmer. with more fog and even cooler conditions for the labor day still foggy conditions in the morning. >>jacqueline: --they l
of this year georgia and indiana required you to show a photo i.d. to cast a ballot. republicans in five more states including wisconsin passed laws saying you can't vote unless you show i.d. you did not used to have to show and frankly not all people have. across the nation elected republicans are been hard at work making it harder to vote wherever they can, however they can. republicans in maine, for example, this year passed a law ending same day registration in the state. mainers can no longer register and vote on the same day as they have been able to since the early '70s. today, a maine group that's working to get same-day registration back pointed out that governor la page, himself and nine other elected maine republicans themselves registered to vote immediately before elections. the thing they just made illegal. saying it somehow made maine's elections unsafe. it's not fit for others and has to be outlawed but it's okay for them? in stk outh carolina, nikki hal signed a law making it harder to vote in south carolina. 200,000 people in her state, 200,000 south carolinians do not have
controversy. >> that looks like a snow cone it is an adult snow cone. a great for the haute, indiana summer. >> bidders, angostora bitters and a bushel of fresh mint >> just break the oil. to release the aroma. >> let me tell people that sunset " los angeles verses san francisco smackdown at the santa where ri ranc margarita ranch. www.savorcentralcoast.com and i think everybody from norrish and the ultimate test. we will be back with more kron 4 news this weekend to. >> we want to bring you the latest of richmond where police are looking for a driver that hit and killed a man in a wheelchair last night in this neighborhood. craig sklar is there with the latest on the investigations. cried, good morning. >> good morning if this is a very and ----eosmond he was struck last night. here, and was projected all the way over to the other side of the intersection in his wheelchair. they are treating this as a hit and run. the person it did this, he and went west. this is an older, dark lexus residents tell me that what they saw in the aftermath. i mentione one spoke with one person to say that it
marching on a chicago area mosque. nearby in gary, indiana, a mass gunman shot 21 times at a yemeni american clerk. days later a seik man mistaken for an arab american was shot and killed. days later this mosque was shot at. another death threats. following 9/11 reports of hate crimes against arab americans or those perceived to be went up 1,700%. while distrust remains a reality today we found the opposite in one tennessee community. ♪ it's a sunday morning in cordoba, tennessee, and pastor steve stone is rocking along with his congregation. heartsong church just outside memphis sits on a country road directly across the street in a muslim worship center. ♪ when dr. bashar the co-founder of the mem fizz islamic center began construction two years ago, at best he hoped to be ignored, instead pastor stone welcomed the muslims with a surprise. what was your response see a sign like that? >> we saw the sign, we knew that we have good neighbors. >> reporter: good neighbors quickly put to the test. last year, when mic's current building was under construction the muslims needed a pla
, that total does not include the cost to individuals or insurance companies. indiana lists say -- independent analysts, say. >>> we're also talking about high-paying careers that are in demand right now. the top ten jobs in america with promising futures. >>> and a pleasanton family watches as a very destructive guest turns his frustration on the family's car. >>> 7:51. a contra costa father is paying tribute to hundreds of u.s. soldiers, sailors and airmen who have lost their lives in the wars in iraq an afghanistan. kevin graves is a gold-star father. his son, joey, died in iraq while serving in the army. graves has built a foundation in his name and is working with families to create banners to memorialize the fallen troops. >> they've been noticed by lot of people. there's gonna be those that get it and those that don't. that's just the way it is. >> we were very saddened about the ages of these young men. i just -- >> there are 26 banners hanging in the town of discovery bay. each honers a servicemember from northern california. the foundation hopes to provide a banner for all of the tro
mexico. other cases have been reported in texas, oklahoma, nebraska, and indiana. rocky ford cantaloupes grown in the area southeast of denver are suspected. a recall has not been ordered yet. >>> a recall has been issued this morning for 98,000 dehumidifiers for safety reasons. the gold star dehumidifiers are sold in walt mart and home depot and ace hardware and other retailers. they can overheat and catch fire. >>> jose baez the lawyer who defended casey anthony is now representing an american being held in aruba. buy he's says he has been hired as a consultant to defend gary giordano who is a suspect in the disappearance of robyn gardner. he has been jailed nearly a month now. he says gardner was swept out to sea while snorkeling. >>> you're relieved to know gumby has surrendered! >> thank goodness. >> he tried and failed to hold up a 7-eleven in san diego last week. he has turned himself in. he said he had a uniform malfunction and left the store without leaving without any money and dropped some change on the floor, 26 cents worth. he turned himself in, including the gumby suit. >>
in seven different states. colorado, indiana, montana, nebraska, new mexico, oklahoma, and texas and four people have died. one colorado cantaloupe grower jenson farms is voluntarily taking back shipments it has shipped. >>> david cameron and sarkozy got a warm welcome in libya. the first heads of state to visit tripoli since moammar gadhafi fled. cameron announced more than a billion dollars in libya funds frozen in libya banks. >>> california solar panel solyndra is being investigated. john blackstone reports. >> reporter: the obama administration had hoped solyndra had the big investments in green technology. instead, it went bankrupt on the ground the government more than $500 million. >> this was 500,000 mistake. >> reporter: in a congressional hearing yesterday, republicans represented e-mails suggesting the white house press to surrender money to solyndra after the house of budget and management urged congress. >> forget about the e-mails. were you involved in any communications with the white house to push the department of energy to speed this thing along. >> no. >> reporter: dem
here. there is rain way out to the west. we will talk about ohio, indiana, michigan, western portions of tennessee and kentucky, placed like that. so -- places like that. nothing here. there is a warm front, the line here moving eastward. it will bring us warmer temperatures, particularly the middle part of the week. the cold front will bring us showers and thunderstorms off and on during the course of the week as well. today is the quietest day that we have on tap with a mix of clouds and sun. reagan national is reporting a temperature of 60 degrees. relative humidity at 80%. winds out of the east at 9 miles per hour with an easterly flow. we have a coastal flood advisory in effect until 3:00. another day of below normal temperatures with clouds and sun. high in town of 72 degrees. not a bad day at all. enjoy it. >> let's check in with julie wright and the commute. >> i have to tell you bumper to bumper slow. the outer loop is slow past colesville road. the inner loop is unusually slow getting past 29 around new hampshire avenue where w
headlines. kill or killers still on the loose in indiana, police confirm they have no suspects in the gruesome murders of five people outside of indianapolis on sunday and for the first time, officers say it appears the killer is not among the dead. four of the victims are members of the same family, cops rushed to the murder scene after finding a 4-year-old girl wandering down the road. she was the only one to escape the crime scene. gretch? >> wow. he's one of the f.b.i.'s most wanted criminals so how does this ruthless mexican drug lord become the proud papa of two american kids? it's a story that's raising a lot of eyebrows this morning. his wife crossed freely into the united states and gave birth to twins at a hospital near los angeles. the reason -- she's an american citizen. so now she's headed back to mexico with two sons with american birth certificates. eric? >> a college student in new york facing criminal charges after taking the s.a.t.'s for high school students. he allegedly charged $2500 per student to take the exam. at least six of those high school students
. illinois where i come from is not a swing state. but you look at winnable states like wisconsin, indiana, michigan, and especially ohio and pennsylvania. and you need a candidate -- >> rick perry's not going to win, though. >> you're going to need a candidate that's going to rock the suburbs in the industrial west. and that's a key value. >> you got one? >> yeah. >> i actually think romney is the de facto real front runner here. and we could have a late entry. there's a tremendous amount of chris christ christie-mentum if he gets in. i think people are looking at who is the anti-romney. what you described is happening. we go from trump to bauchman to perry. and this is really just a gauntlet that romney is running through before picking up the national -- >> and just sort of to reflect the lack of enthusiasm of romney that everybody's looking for something else. >> remember that four years ago, mccain right now was at 8 because it was anybody but mccain and then he made it. >> michael steele -- >> yeah. >> chime in. >> just a real quick question, i guess i want to ask the senator, but as
of five people sunday in laurel, indiana, about 50 miles southeast of indianapolis. officers found a man's body inside one home and four more bodies in another home across the street. the victims had apparently been shot to death. >>> gas prices have taken a tumble over the last two weeks. on average dropping 12 cents per gallon. the average price per gallon for regular is now at $3.54 according to the lundberg survey of fuel prices. >>> it was another brave and historic swim for diana nyad as the 62-year-old was forced to abandon her third attempt at a marathon cuba to florida swim without a shark cage. about half-way through the 103-mile trek, doctors warned her that she'd had so many stings from jellyfish-like creatures that more could kill her. the swollen and disappointed nyad called quitting a "bitter pill" and cursed "those damned jellyfish." still she gave us so much and accomplished so much, congratulations to her for going 67 miles in 40 hours. that's pretty astonishing at 62 years old. >> wouldn't be surprised if she tries again. >> yes, i wouldn't be surprised. she doesn't se
with the islamic communities in new york city. in my state of indiana, we have islamic groups, and i do not think we have done nearly as good a job as the york city has done, much smaller in scope. but this problem is very local. it means you have to have contact occasionally with the leaders of the islamic communities who are the people who can identify suspected radicals within their community. it is a problem the federal government clearly has to deal with it and be helpful on. but the real action, it seems to me, is at the state and local level to identify these people and try to head them off. you began your question with chapter 12 of the commission report, the whole question of what to do about islam and the foreign policy fischer's which are largely ignored in the reporting on the report. but that raises the question of how united states foreign policy must deal with the islamic world. it is a big question. >> how much is possible? it is like saying how do we prevent bank robberies. the insert is you do not prevent bank robberies. you solve bank robberies after the happened. the notion of
arizona and enacted their own laws. my own set of georgia has, alabama has, utah has, indiana has. in each of those cases, except for alabama, courts have joined the enforcement of the act on the doctrine of pre-emption. alabama has stated decision, while it further studies the question. the national association of state legislature, national council state legislature reports that over 30 states have significant immigration legislation pending. so there is an obvious need for guidance. the one caveat i would offer is that this involves a question of preemption. the issue in these cases is not racial profiling. a lot of public discussion centers on that. but the issue is whether or not these laws are consistent with federal statutes. the court might well think that congress will get around to addressing this issue and it is congress that ought to be providing the guidance. with that caveat in mind, that the court might decide to sit back for a while and see if congress does anything, the other factors would seem overwhelmingly to indicate that the court ought to take a look at it. in which
. >> right to the skype lines, annette in indiana this morning. what is your question? >> good morning. my question is that i'm 47 years old and i want to lose ten pounds but my biggest downfall is i'm a huge pepsi drinker, and i tell myself all the time that i'm going to cut down or just stop, but i never do. so i'm desperate. can you help me? >> okay, joy, yes you probably know i am totally anti-soda, but i could also understand how difficult it is to give up the things that we love and everybody has their own personal thing and yours is clearly the soda, so i think this is the perfect compromise. give yourself one can each day of your pepsi, and don't waste it with your meals because your taste buds are already excited by the food, instead drink it either after lunch or after dinner. if you do that, one can is only 150 calories, you're not going to feel deprived, not going to prevent you from losing weight and i think it's a perfect middle ground. >> all right annette. >> you can do this! >> maybe sparkling water if you like the fizzy feeling in your mouth. >> the one daily can and othe
starting at 8:00 eastern on sees the into. ? on c-span to. >> sarah palin it will be the speaker in indiana, beginning live nin set -- noon saturday. >> live sunday, ellis smith. >> ray lahood joined with business and labour representatives to discuss ideas for creating jobs for the nation's infrastructure. the meeting took place at southern mess of this university in dallas. i am honored to be here. we are holding what we call listening sessions on particular issues. the issue we're talking about today is infrastructure and its role in creating jobs and a competitive economy in the future. there is strong labor and business support for this. we have tom donahue and the chamber is a supporter it infrastructure spending. i would like to think about the support. economists disagree on a lot of thing, but there is overwhelming support to the view that spending on infrastructure is a very efficient way to create jobs. and it also creates an infrastructure base for the competitiveness thfor the econoy going forward. we welcome youoday and we are here to say something about what we're thinking ab
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